Ain’t They

To the best of my remembrance, he was a merchant marine sailor, getting older, who was on shore leave and staying with his niece and her family. His niece and her husband held a bible study at their home once a week, and he was there. During most of the study he had been very quiet. In fact, it was

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A song in Fiddler On The Roof emphasizes the role of tradition in the lives of the people portrayed there. In fact, there is some proof that traditions lasting some 6000 years existed during the lives of the indigenous peoples who inhabited the Northeastern Atlantic coastline from Maine to Labrador (7000 B.C. to 1000 B.C.). This can be seen in

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